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10 Lovely Photos of UP Cebu on Instagram

10 Lovely Photos of UP Cebu on Instagram


Have you fallen in love with UP Cebu yet? If not, this collection of photos might just do that.

Upon doing a regular search on Instagram one day, I realized that UP Cebu is a picturesque university that is both close to nature and, of course, close to the heart of every Iskolar.

Here are 10 lovely photos were taken inside the UP Cebu campus that proved this place is full of stories we all want to hear. As a UP Cebu graduate, here are 10 things I realized while looking at these photos.


1. We Know Oble


A photo posted by Rebekah (@_rebekahxd_) on

We have met Oble since we stepped into this university, or even before. We have been children of Oble that know one thing: we are here not just to study but be involved in the community. 


2. We Are Oble


A photo posted by Trinidad C. S. (@chmarkme) on

You may have noticed it yet but we are the Oblation. As Oble, we are brave enough to speak out the reality.


3. We Fight For Our Rights


A photo posted by Sun.Star Cebu (@sunstarcebu) on

As Oble taught us, we have to fight for our rights no matter what.


4. We Are Close to Nature


A photo posted by Christley Uy (@christleyuy) on

We are known warriors of the earth. We must defend nature! 


5. We Give Space


A photo posted by Gabbie Gale (@galellie) on

We’re not afraid to give space to those who need it. 


6. We Play Our Part


A photo posted by Marvin Tabacon (@mgtabacon) on

We accept the challenge to become agents of change.


7. We Are Creative


A photo posted by AG Campos (@ageewaygee) on

We go beyond the norm. We create our universe. 


8. We’re Ready to Go


A photo posted by Jimvic Dy (@jimvicdy) on

We know one thing: the future awaits us!


9. We Leave Marks



As we move forward, we make sure to leave to leave marks in the society. 


10. We’re Always Ready



A new day means a new beginning for us to become Iskolars para sa bayan, and our mission is to genuinely serve the people.


As a UP Cebu graduate, where are you now? Are you living your Iskolarly life?


(Note: This is my entry for Day 20 of 30 Day Blogging Challenge organized by Cebu Blogging Community from October 1-30, 2015. #iBlogforCBC #CBCLevelUp #CBC30DayChallenge)

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